There is not a former name for the county of Sudan. It is the third largest country in the Arab world.
The genocide in Darfur has claimed 400,000 lives and displaced over 2,500,000 people. More than one hundred people continue to die each day; five thousand die every month. The Sudanese government disputes these estimates and denies any connection with the Janjaweed.
Unfortuneately the conflict in darfur hasn't ended and had been going on for about 10 years now.
Khartoum is nearly 16 degrees North of the Equator
I dont know the answer to your question, some how the UNHCR in Khartoum, Sudan do not have an address contact. i dont know why, i have been trying to contact them for the last 3 month.
Up to 400,000 people have died due as a result of direct attacksand conflict induced malnutrition and disease. The vast majority ofthese have been women, children and civilian men. More than 3million people have been displaced and are living in IDP camps.More than 350,000 people are deprived of...
They have to vote for the government to see who will be the president.
Women, children, elderly men, and many of them died from hunger anddieases caused by hunger and malnutrition. An estmated 400 000seemed to be the victims.
heres what i know.....burn down the places they sleep.murder 300 a day!torture themall i have... figure the rest out yourself! sorry baiii(:love always,mee. :*
Feel like as everyone of us, as we are not there in Darfur. But ina broader sense, Its a genocide, recognised. We have to raise ourvoice to stop it. Do it pls.
The Northern and Central parts of Sudan are predominantly Muslim, with the Southern parts being predominantly Christian
A very little difference between holocaust or genocide. Its thesame. Killing of innocent people. People raise their voice, sosomeone, somewhere, sometime will listen..and raise his (her) ortheir voice.
Of course. The U.S. is one of the main helpers too. They are sending food and supplies to Darfur everyday.
beans, wheat, melons, peanuts, pumpkins, and eggplants
Darfur is 190,420 sq miles or 493,185,535,906.2 sq meters.
don't know and don't have a friend to help me out
Sudan is northwest of Addis Ababa.
who said 8 stages. 2 stages. Direct killing and deaths. The 2nd oneis suffering from wounds, malnutrition..and slow death. Its agenocide. It kills. Have respect pls. Share your voice.
maybe if you look it up on the internet you will find it out and if that doesn't check ur local library and make sure yo have a nice day
A formerly independent sultanate that is now a part of Sudan,
It all started as a major armed conflict in the Darfur, the SouthSudan region with a potential of having petroleum and natural gas.It began in February 2003 and still continues, eventhough presenceof UN force
Chad, Libya, China, United States, and Israel.
rwanada had the UN involved more people died and lasted 100 days
Because they are different ethnically, by religion, by language andhaving vast oil reserve
Its not stopped, though killings are sporadic. The peak of killing,massacar was in 2003. Thousands died, million displaced, Now peacekeepers are there
Its not stopped, though killings are sporadic.
Many were killed, others injured, house, properties, live stock ofthe people, burnt, stolen, damaged. Million took shelters in campsin Chad or other countries. Its a spot of shame for the Mankind. Weobserved mass killing in 2003 and did almost nothing, This isDARFUR GENOCIDE. This is the way, we...
the darfur genocide is occurring in the western region of the country of Sudan along the border with chad.
During February 2003, the non-Arab ethnic groups of Darfur launchedan uprising against the Kartoum government. The governmentresponded by implementing their campaign of genocide, enlisting thehelp of Arab militia in Darfur called the Janjaweed ( the armedmilitia supported by the Sudanese Government...
There is no true figure published. And yet the death figures arebeing changed, as the conflict is not over. Up to 400,000 peoplehave died due as a result of direct attacks and conflict inducedmalnutrition and disease. The vast majority of these have beenwomen, children and civilian men.Approximately...
Khartoum is the capital and second largest city of the Republic of Sudan. It has a subtropical desert and low-latitude arid hot climate.
farhan lko 1 sudanese pound will be around 20rupees
there is a lot to be learned, we here in the west seem to be oblivious to their plight, we need to do more and keep this on the front pages of the news papers and TV news, but we only hear about it every now and then.
their are 40,218,456 people in Sudan
No it didnt in a full meaning
considerable segment of Sudanese are working abroad, the number was estimated by 6-10 million, the gulf mainly Saudi Arabia hosts no less than a million, Egypt hosts around 2 million, as well as lybia, UAE , some other million live in the USA EUROPE AUSTRALIA AND CANADA
that has been the name,as far as any one can remember
Omar hassan ahmad albashir
It should end because millions of people are being killed, it is wrong to kill all of those people. It should end because thousands of people are dying and millions are displaced. It is wrong to kill all of those helpless people.
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They are three different countries, so there would be massivedifferences between them, far too many to list.
They went to America for the rest of thier lives
Yes, although the number is very low, probably less than 2%. Many are descendants of immigrants who moved to the country over 100 years ago.Today the majority of European people in Sudan are aid or charity workers who work for the UN or other European charities.
The Zanzweed militia, with support of Sudanese authority attackedthe people of Darfur in Feb, 2003
Leaders of Janjaweed Militia, Sudanese Govt leaders
One unique similarity is Killing, torture and displacements tookplace in ALL 3 cases. Difference by TIME, Scenario, PLACES ofoccurance. UN not recognised Darfur one as genocide, though thereare peace keepers.
In February 2003, two opposition groups called the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) and the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) emerged in Darfur and attacked government troops. The SLA and JEM stated their attacks were in protest of the government of Sudan's (GOS) failure to protect local villagers from...
Darfur is not recognized by the UN as GENOCIDE. All genocidesare bad, all are killing. Innocent people suffer. Better to have nogeocides at all.
Yes, they have their democratic elections in the next month (April 2010)
Not much (if you remove the whole issue of Darfur from the equation). Sudan is governed under fairly strict Muslim Sharia Law, and at one point Khartoum was said to be the safest city in Africa. I stayed there for a while and never once saw anything that would be considered criminal and punishable...
mainly innocent people of 2 major groups by occupation. Peasantsand Cattle raisers
the janjaweed killed the people in the darfur genocide.
The UN did not recognise as genocide,although UN sent peace keepers. General public, press, writers,human right organisations remembers the Darfur case as Massacre.Many consder its as e Genocide.
killing of innocent public, burning of houses and properties, woundand damages to victims
mostly innocent Darfur public
Well,peace keepers are there, People going back to their ownvillages. But not all, many still leave in refugee camps. Thesepeople, who lost of all of their possesions (cattle, harvest,houses), they need boost/compensation. They need money orcommodities to start their life newly. But before all they...
they do nothing, its not in their agenda
In 1957, Sudan was a member of the African Football Confideration (CAF). even thought the sport is called football, in many other places it is soccer, wich just gained the name football in Africa.
Some of the Darfur tried make an uprising, SudaneseGovt reacted. They sponsored the Janjaweed to destroy the uprising.Janjaweed started the massacre in 2003 Feb
Hibiscus tree ! Yes , It is hibiscus tree .
•The war was at a low level in 1985 until February 2003 when it broke out to become a full scale war and is still an ongoing crisis.
Ever since they labeled it as a genocide they have been saying they are going to help yet so far verry little has been done to help the citizens in darfur
Rebel Darfur group at the beginning. Janjaweed militia sponsored bySudanese government, by Umar al Bashir the culprit. BASHIRconvicted at Hague
Genocide is not happinging today it happened along time ago.
I don't know but there were women being raped, men being slaughtered, things being stolen and lots of gun shots. They slaughtered the men so they could reproduce with the women so the population of them (janjaweed) would increase. I had recently googled it and found out that about 500 people die a...
Khartoum (Capital)JubaWowBoorTongeMalakaiNyalaKosthiAtbraAbeeyOmdurmanKassala and others.
the janjaweed is killing the black tribe in darfur and they are supported by the sudan governoment
They used cooperation rather than conflict, they also jumped the border into Chad to escape.
It killed innocent Darfur people, injured them, displaced them,sent them to exile in Chad, destroyed their habitats and livings
Reigons in Africa such as Ghana, Songhai, and Mali in the early first and second century
Darfur didn't show genocide, Darfur faced the brutality of thegenocide. It was imposed on the people of Darfur, Sudan by Umar AlBashar, Janjaweed and the ethnic Sudanese Arabs